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NTA Releases Provisional Answer Key for JEE Mains 2024 Session 1: How to Check

JEE Mains 2024: The National Testing Agency (NTA), the conducting body for the (Joint Entrance Examination) JEE Mains 2024, has made a significant announcement for candidates awaiting their results. The provisional answer key for JEE Mains 2024 Session 1, conducted from January 24 to February 1, is now available for scrutiny on the official website of JEE Main:

A substantial number of candidates, totaling 55,493, participated in Paper 2 for B.Arch and B.Planning, while an impressive 11,70,036 candidates appeared for Paper 1 for BE and B.Tech. Following the release of the answer key, the NTA has initiated the objection window to address any discrepancies that candidates may identify.

Candidates keen on challenging any answer in the provisional key must do so before the deadline of February 8. However, it’s essential to note that a nominal fee of Rs 200 per question is applicable for each objection raised.

Here’s a step-by-step guide to accessing the answer key and lodging objections for JEE Mains 2024:

  1. Visit the official website of JEE Mains:
  2. Navigate to the section titled “Latest Updates” on the homepage.
  3. Locate and click on the link for “JEE(Main) 2024 Session 1: Answer Key.”
  4. Provide the necessary details as prompted on the subsequent page.
  5. Log in to access and review the provisional answer key.
  6. After thorough examination, ensure to take a printout for reference purposes.

Candidates are encouraged to meticulously review the answer key and compare it with their responses. Any discrepancies or objections must be raised within the stipulated timeframe to facilitate a fair and transparent evaluation process.

As the deadline for objection submission approaches on February 8, candidates are urged to act promptly to address any concerns regarding the provisional answer key. The NTA remains committed to ensuring the integrity and accuracy of the examination process, thereby upholding the standards of meritocracy and fairness in higher education.

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